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Monday, 16 December 2013 09:05

Gigabyte Tegra Note tips up

Written by Fudzilla staff



Coming soon

Gigabyte is joining the likes of EVGA and Zotac in launching a Tegra Note 7 tablet.

The tablet was checked out hands-on by Chinese VR-Zone and there are no surprises, it is a bog standard Tegra Note 7 with Gigabyte branding.

That means it has a 7-inch 1280x800 display, Tegra 4 SoC, 1GB of RAM and a stylus. The price is standard too, 6,990 yuan. However, it is unclear whether Gigabyte plans to market it outside of Asia.

At this point nobody expects Nvidia’s first tablet to be a major commercial success, but Nvidia is certainly laying the groundwork for upcoming models. Five AIBs, including Gigabyte, have already signed up, but some retailers are also joining the fun.

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